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Episode #112 features John Vampatella, author of The Forgotten Game and award winning pitmaster, Vic Clevenger. John Vampatella is an outstanding author whose latest project is The Forgotten Game which details one of the greatest games in baseball history between the two most bitter rivals in the sport, the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. …
 
Join us for season 3 episode 2, where we take a look at Souris Valley Mental Health Hospital in Weyburn Saskatchewan, Albion Falls in Hamilton Ontario, also in our ParaMedia segment we talk about The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988) a film directed by Wes Craven, staring Bill Pullman. You can email us at paranormalfilescanada@gmail.com Enjoy!…
 
Episode #111 features another spectacular visit from Ryan Cooper and Sean Ludwig, creators of The Smoke Sheet and NYC BBQ as well as an interview with author, Lawrence Baldassaro who has written an outstanding book on a New York Yankees legend, Tony Lazzeri. Ryan Cooper and Sean Ludwig are back and better than ever. Ryan is the founder of the BBQ T…
 
Episode #110 features Andy Husbands talking barbecue, Larry Olmsted explaining how being a sports fan enhances your life, and our very own Jeff Cohen telling about his incredible New York Mets Fantasy Camp experience including interviews with Duffy Dyer and Joel Youngblood. Andy Husbands is a chef, restaurateur, author, and television personality. …
 
Episode 109 features an outstanding author and an incredible maker of sauces. Luke Epplin is an author whose writing has appeared in The Atlantic, The New Yorker, GQ, Slate, Salon, The Daily Beast, and The Paris Review Daily. His latest project is the book, Our Team: The Epic Story of Four Men and the World Series That Changed Baseball. The book tr…
 
Continuing our attempt to right a long-time wrong, episode 108 features Irene Hodges and Gary Mack as they provide compelling arguments for finally inducting Gil Hodges into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Irene Hodges is the oldest daughter of Gil Hodges. She was only 20 years old when Gil Hodges passed away, but has many wonderful memories an…
 
In our Season 3 Premiere we visit and record our first file live on location! Visit our Facebook Page to see the video segment, and the video tour with Wendy from the Opera House as she takes us to places most people don't normally get to see! Join us for another exciting season of Paranormal Files Canada! Happy Halloween!!!…
 
Episode 107 features the second halves of fascinating conversations with Ron Blomberg, the 1st official MLB designated hitter and Greg Rempe, host of The BBQ Central Show. Ron Blomberg was only getting started in episode 105. In the 2nd part of our conversation he discusses the many ways' baseball has changed and his feelings toward those changes. …
 
It's time to right a long-time wrong and episode 106 is our attempt at doing that by featuring Ed Kranepool, Kevin Kernan, Mike Lecolant, and Sam Maxwell as they provide compelling arguments for finally inducting Gil Hodges Into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Ed Kranepool was only 17 years old in 1962 when the expansion team, New York Mets wer…
 
Episode 105 features The BBQ Central Show host, Greg Rempe and the 1st official MLB designated hitter, Ron Blomberg. Greg Rempe is the creator and host of the longest running, most listened to, and extremely entertaining show dealing with live fire cooking, The BBQ Central Show. He joined us back on episode 56 and since then he has been a show supp…
 
Episode 104 features Part 2 with author, Erik Sherman and a visit with pitmaster extraordinaire, Lee Ann Whippen. Erik Sherman writes baseball books and he does that exceptionally well. Whether the books are about one specific player or one specific team, Erik provides wonderful and unique perspectives which baseball fans will thoroughly enjoy. His…
 
Chances are if you've performed comedy in Toronto, you're likely one degree of separation from this episode's guest; Gary Rideout Jr., owner of Toronto's famous Comedy Bar & Director of Business Development at The Second City in Toronto. This episode dives into Gary's timeline as a budding comedian-turned-business owner and tracks the many successe…
 
Join us for our season 2 finale. In this episode we discuss The Regent Theatre in Oshawa Ontario, The Algonquin in St. Andrews New Brunswick, St. Andrews on the Red in Division No 13 Manitoba & Interview with Andrea Perron from the world broadcast premiere of T+E's new original two-part documentary Bathsheba airing Monday, October 11 at 9 p.m. ET/P…
 
Episode 103 features an outstanding author of numerous baseball themed books and a visit with two wonderful restaurateurs and cookbook authors from across the pond. Erik Sherman writes exceptional baseball books. Whether the books are about a specific player or a specific team, Erik provides wonderfully unique perspectives which baseball fans will …
 
Episode 102 is filled with baseball, barbecue, and a contest for the greatest podcast audience ever. Joey Machado is a marketing guru and the barbecue community is lucky he is a part of it. In part two of our interview we learn more about Blues Hog BBQ and Gateway Drum Smokers, but it humorously begins with a Seinfeld TV show reference. From there …
 
Alan Belerique (or Alan Bee as many know him) is a live comedy producer, actor, improviser and writer. His production company This Is Not TV has been creating live comedy content for Toronto audiences for the better part of a decade. His show “This is How We Duo” is making its return to live audiences on September 20th at Comedy Bar in Toronto. Ala…
 
Join us for Season 2, Episode 11. This time around our files takes us to Skeleton Park in Kingston, Ontario, Peterborough Lift Lock in Peterborough, Ontario, 1234 De La Montange Street in Montréal, Québec. In our Para-Media segment we discuss The Amityville Horror (1979) and other similar themed media. Tell us your experience with the paranormal at…
 
Episode 101 is overloaded with incredible guests and wonderful discussions. MLB at Field of Dreams Game was a huge success and we were fortunate to speak with three extremely dedicated baseball fans who made the trek to Dyersville, Iowa to witness this highly anticipated game. Join us as we welcome previous show guest, Brian LoPinto, as well as fir…
 
It's episode 100! Time to celebrate as we speak with two great guests and are joined by a special guest co-host. Adrian Miller is a James Beard Foundation book award-winning author, an American culinary historian, lawyer, public policy advisor, and certified barbecue judge. He was also a consultant on the Netflix show, Chef's Table BBQ. His latest …
 
Cathryn Naiker is a comedy writer, podcaster and stand-up comic. Join us as we explore the journey that took Cathryn from googling “How to Write Comedy?” to becoming a professional TV writer, most recently for the CBC’s upcoming comedy series “Son of a Critch” starring comedian and 22 Minutes veteran Mark Critch. Cathryn gives us some seriously hel…
 
Welcome to Season 2 Episode 10. This time around we take a look at Old Finch Bridge in Scarborough, Ontario, Dundurn Castle in Hamilton, Ontario and The Cornwall Jail in Cornwall, Ontario. We also sit down and talk with Sarah Zammit, the series producer for Hotel Paranormal, where we get to ask questions we all want to know about the show! Tune int…
 
In memory of a very special person who will be sorely missed. Not long ago we had the privilege of speaking with Marjorie Adams who we referred to as baseball royalty. She found this to be funny, but we really did feel honored to speak with the great-granddaughter of a man who made major contributions to the game of baseball and whom Marjorie was d…
 
Episode 99 features a Barbecue Hall of Fame member and a discussion on essential baseball people who are on the field as the game is played, but are happy to go unnoticed. Steven Raichlen is a prolific James Beard award-winning author. The majority of his cookbooks are barbecue related, but he also writes books on other cuisines, as well as numerou…
 
Episode #98 is a Bonus! Bonus! Bonus! Farley Dillinger is the father, Brace Dillinger is his son and together this duo shares their mutual love of baseball as they appear regularly on the podcast, Baseball PhD. Farley shares hosting duties on Baseball PhD with his co-hosts, Mark Rantala and previous Baseball and BBQ guest, Ed Kasputis. The podcast …
 
In this episode, Nick and Brie celebrate the end of the school year with improviser, producer, and Kindergarten teacher Kirk McCullough. Kirk came into the Toronto improv community as one of the most organized show producers on the scene. One half of the improv duo Cadley Brooper, Kirk produces Duo Derby, one of the only live shows to seemingly sea…
 
Two great guests make episode #97 a must listen. Marty Appel is a former New York Yankees public relations director and television producer, and considered the leading historian on the team’s rich history. He is an Emmy award winner and a two-time Casey Award winner for the best baseball book of the year. His illustrious career with the Yankees beg…
 
In this episode we feature Texas Road in Amherstburg, Ontario, Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Toronto, Ontario and The Burnaby Art Gallery in Burnaby, British Columbia. In our Para-Media segment we sit down and talk with Mark Joly and Laura Warren, hosts of AMI-TV's Sight Seers. Every episode they tackle places with a paranormal past, and try to find…
 
Episode #96 confirms what we always say, "Baseball and BBQ goes as perfectly together as chocolate and peanut butter in a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup." George Georgiades is back for the second half of our wonderfully entertaining conversation and he appears to have saved the best for last. Part two will have you thoroughly entertained as we hear more…
 
We interrupt our regularly scheduled episode and give you a big bonus with episode 95 as we continue our BBQ road-trip. Anthony Mastrantonio is the owner of Dang BBQ, and we could not wait to visit and talk with someone who is making his mark in the New York barbecue scene. We met with Anthony at one of his three Long Island locations and learned t…
 
In this episode, Nick and Brie sail the high seas of fun as they welcome podcasters Patrick McDonald & Ryan Middledorf of the Parrothead Podcast to the Struggle Zone. Patrick and Ryan were recently invited to join Radio Margaritaville as hosts of their own show! (Fins up, boys!) So, it goes without saying that the boys discuss Jimmy Buffett a littl…
 
In this episode we take a look at Buck Hill Road in Pembroke, Ontario, The Grey Nuns Motherhouse in Montreal, Quebec, and Walterdale Playhouse in Edmonton, Alberta. In our Para-Media segment we discuss the 2005 film, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, which is based on true events. This is a chilling tragic tale of a young girl possessed by something unna…
 
Episode 94's first half is about a baseball legend and then the 2nd half features a cook who may one day be considered a legendary chef, especially when it comes to Greek food. Lew Freedman is the author of Cy Young: The Baseball Life and Career. Pitchers who win the Cy Yong award are considered the best of the best, but other than knowing that Cy …
 
Baseball, barbecue, and football? Yes, football. Episode 93 will make everyone happy. Nick Mangold played center in the National Football League for 11 years as a member of the New York Jets, was a seven time Pro Bowl selection and considered by many to be one of the best at his position. He also makes one heck of a BBQ sauce and is determined to h…
 
Episode 92 is a big-time bonus baby. Gary Mintz is making a lot of people happy while honoring the memory of his late father. As founder of the New York Giants Preservation Society, Gary does some amazing things which bring a lot of joy to the members. One of those things is organizing weekly Zoom meetings during the Coronavirus pandemic which give…
 
In this episode, Nick and Brie chat with science fiction writer Sean Browning, author of “I don’t Seem So Bright in a Well Lit Room” (Story Well Publishing.) We chat about Sean’s process; how he wrote his book and published it with a publishing house that wouldn’t have existed without him! We learn about how Sean developed his artistry through musi…
 
In our Season 2 Ep 7 we take a look at The Rankin Inlet Town & Firehall in Nunavut, The Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa, Ontario, Saskatchewan Hospital in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. In our Para-Media segment we talk paranormal with D'arcy from Haunted Hospital's S3E6 and further his interview from the show, Check out Haunted Hospitals Seas…
 
Take three awesome guests, mix in two great guest hosts, and the result is an incredible episode, 91 James Grubbs had so many wonderful things to say that we split the conversation into two parts so as not to miss a single word. Known as Grubbs to millions of Netflix subscribers for his role on their eight-part reality series, The American Barbecue…
 
Baseball talk, barbecue talk, and a special return visit make episode 90 one you will love. Dave Berger is the author of Take Me Out To The Ball Game: Comical And Freakish Injuries We Cannot Make Up. Whether it is falling out of a bathtub, getting bit by spiders in a hotel room, getting bit by their mother-in-law's dog, or any number of crazy, biza…
 
Nick & Brie interview Coko Galore, Artistic & Managing Director of Bad Dog Theatre in Toronto. Though this year's events may have caused the Bad Dog to shut its doors, find out how Coko and her team made a new home for the community with Bad Dog Comedy TV. We ask Coko how she's managed to keep Bad Dog alive and thriving and more inclusive and acces…
 
You deserve a big bonus so we give you bonus episode 89. Anthony DiComo is the New York Mets beat writer for MLB.com and a former chairman of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America’s New York chapter. He also is an analyst for the SNY television channel and a regular contributor to the MLB Network. He has co-authored the book, The Captain: A …
 
In our Season 2, Episode 6 we take a look at Dunvegan Provincial Park, Maritime Museum of British Columbia, Newman Wine Vaults. In our Para-Media segment we team up again with the T+E channel to take a look at season 3 of Haunted Hospitals, the show airs on T+E Wednesdays @ 8pm ET/PT. In the next episode of PFC listen for a exclusive interview with…
 
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll learn, you'll love episode 88. Steve Ray has a lot to say, and you will want to hear it all. We conclude our conversation which began on episode 87 with some wonderful barbecue talk. He is the pitmaster on the Owls Nest BBQ team, owner of the Owls Nest Barbecue Supply Shop in Ooltewah, Tennessee, and he was an embed…
 
Triple plays are a rarity, but we give you one with episode 87. Marjorie Adams is the great-granddaughter of Daniel Lucius "Doc" Adams who wrote the 1857 "Laws of Base Ball" as well as creating the shortstop position and is considered to be one of baseball's founders. The original "Laws of Base Ball" were sold at an auction in 2016 for $3.26 millio…
 
In this episode we take a look at The Fairmont Hotel Mcdonald, Waterfront Station, Auberge Le Saint Gabriel. In our New Para-Media segment we discuss the 1973 Film The Exorcist Starring: Ellen Burstyn, Max Von Sydow, Jason Miller, Linda Blair, and Directed by Willian Friedkin. As always we love to hear from you whether it be a like or a comment, or…
 
In this episode, Nick & Brie interview stand-up comic Ryan Dillon, who before the lockdown, had big plans for a booked comedy tour of the East Coast of Canada. But when the pandemic hit, all those plans evaporated quickly. We ask Ryan about how a stand-up comic can cope and continue working on his craft in a time where live shows are no longer poss…
 
Episode 86 is jam-packed with barbecue and baseball history. Mikey Kay loves barbecue. It is his passion and he does it very well. As a talented pitmaster he is extremely willing to impart his knowledge and he is not afraid to speak his mind. Because of that, we the listeners are very fortunate. Mikey does not claim to know all, but he does know a …
 
We love our listeners and our guests so on this day of love we present you with a very special Valentine's Day episode, 85. Bobby Valentine or as most people call him, Bobby V is one of the most loved, well known, respected, colorful, and celebrated ambassadors of the game. His life has been what movies are made of and his incredible stories will k…
 
Our guests will surprise you as the long wait for episode 84 is over and the second half of each conversation is even better than the first. Thomas W. Gilbert is the author of How Baseball Happened: Outrageous Lies Exposed! The True Story Revealed. The book shatters the many myths which so many of us believe are true on baseball's origins, and it p…
 
In this episode we explore Casino Regina in Regina, Saskatchewan, Five Fisherman Restaurant in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and The Headless Capitan of Queens Road in St John's Newfoundland. In our very first Para-Media segment we take a look at the 1982 film Poltergeist, Starring JoBeth Williams, Craig T. Nelson, and Zelda Rubinstein. We would love to he…
 
Find out about Nick Watson & Brie Watson's creative Year in Review in this host-cast edition of The Constant Struggle Podcast. Nick chats about the processes he's put in place to streamline is writing, and how they've been helpful in other areas of his life. Brie recaptures the year that was and starts 2021 off on the right foot with a new and exci…
 
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